February 2010

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I would rank myself as a facilitator

I am not a facilitator.
0% (0 votes)
Novice: I am interested in facilitation and am learning to become one but I need more skills to lead a group.
15% (6 votes)
Apprentice: I can effectively lead some simple to medium difficult group activities but need some supervision.
10% (4 votes)
Journeyman/woman: I can lead most group activities without supervision.
33% (13 votes)
Expert: I lead the most difficult of group activities successfully.
23% (9 votes)
Master: I am a master of all aspects of facilitation with a wide range of skills. People look to me for guidance.
20% (8 votes)
Total votes: 40

January 2010

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The role I play in my work is:

A facilitator
36% (9 votes)
A facilitative leader
16% (4 votes)
A facilitative coach
0% (0 votes)
A facilitative trainer
20% (5 votes)
A facilitative consultant
24% (6 votes)
Other
4% (1 vote)
Total votes: 25

The per hour rate I charge my clients to facilitate a group (please convert your rate to US Dollars per hour) is :

> $100.00 per hour
21% (3 votes)
$100.00 > $150.00 per hour
29% (4 votes)
$150.00 > $200.00 per hour
14% (2 votes)
$200.00 > $250.00 per hour
7% (1 vote)
$250.00 > $300.00 per hour
14% (2 votes)
$300.00 > $350.00 per hour
7% (1 vote)
$350.00 > $400.00 per hour
7% (1 vote)
$400.00 -$450.00 per hour
0% (0 votes)
$450.00 > $500.00 per hour
0% (0 votes)
> $500.00 per hour
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 14

December 2009 IAFMD Newsletter

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November 2009 IAFMD Newletter

Welcome to the International Association of Facilitators Methods Database (IAFMD). We hope that your meetings and team events went well this past month.

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In my experience, the most common mistake facilitators make is:

Insufficient understanding what the client wanted.
9% (2 votes)
Being too inflexible in adjusting methods during the workshop.
18% (4 votes)
Not understanding the group dynamics of the participants.
18% (4 votes)
Infrequent contact with the client.
5% (1 vote)
Not clarifying the conditions of the assignment before delivery.
5% (1 vote)
Insufficient indepth understanding of the content of the program.
5% (1 vote)
Selecting the wrong approaches / methods for the program.
14% (3 votes)
Failing to understand the larger process that the particular workshop is a part of.
27% (6 votes)
In order to add your own mistake please email the editor at editor@iaf-methods.org.
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 22

October 2009

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Facilitation has been difficult to explain to potential clients what it is. Now it is:

easier to explain.
44% (4 votes)
more difficult to explain.
0% (0 votes)
about the same as it has always been.
56% (5 votes)
no problem because I don't use the word.
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 9

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